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Migrator for GroupWise 4.7.1 - Administration Guide

About this guide AddProxy utility Directory Exporter AD Object Merge Tool Administrator-Driven Batch Migrator
Why and when to use the Admin-Driven Batch Migrator Before running the Admin-Driven Batch Migrator ... Online search feature Per-screen instructions and application notes Did it work? Remember to distribute any user .pst files
The Log Viewer Office 365 Admin Account Pool Utility Discovery utility

23: Specify Run Information

The remaining screens documented here all appear in all program runs, regardless of Exchange target type or other scenario factors. Enter the information to define how and where the program should document its run in a log file, and set the desired number of migration threads. Then click Next.

Directory for reports and log files: The directory where all reports and log files for the migration run are written.
Run name: Enter a unique name for this migration run. The program scans the log file directory for other run names to verify uniqueness.
Log level: Tells the program how much detail to include in its run logs. Select Normal for a routine production run, or Verbose if you are having trouble and want to diagnose a problem.
Number of migration threads (simultaneous user migrations): The number of simultaneous processes the program will use to perform migrations. When migrating to Office 365, the actual number of simultaneous migration threads is also limited by the user throttling which is variable based on the tenant size. The optimum number of threads depends on several factors such as processor speed and bandwidth. You may want to experiment with different values to determine the optimum setting for your network configuration and processing capacity. The program also lets you change this value on a later screen, while the processes are running.

24: Migration Settings Summary

Review the settings you have set for this migration. If any settings are incorrect, use the Back button to correct the choices and values on previous screens. Then return to this screen to review and confirm them. When this summary of settings accurately defines what you want to accomplish, click Run to begin the run.

25: Progress screen

Quest Administrator-Driven Batch Migrator provides a progress bar and migration statistics as it runs, and offers you the option of changing the number of migration threads (simultaneous migration processes) while the program runs. (The Maximum threads control here is the same as the Number of migration threads option you set in screen #23: Specify Run Information.)

Whether or not you change the Maximum threads value, the program automatically advances to its Results screen when the process is complete.

26: Results screen

Review the migration results, and click on Migration Report to view a csv file of the results, or click Exit.

The Migration Report button is an optional feature that lets you view a csv-format file of the migration results. The feature will launch whatever application you have associated with the csv file type, and will work only if you have defined (in Windows) that association.

This Results screen may also offer an Error Log Report button if the program encountered any errors during its run. If the Error Log Report button does appear, click it to view the program log and assess the severity of the errors. The Error Log Report button launches Quest Log Viewer utility (see The Log Viewer) to help you interpret and resolve the errors.

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